The problem proudly announces the signing of the European middleweight champion according to the WBO Danny Dignam.
The Essex-born left-hander (14-0-1, 8 by knockout), who retained his title after defeating compatriot Grant Dennis on Friday (March 11) at York Hall, London, became a professional in 2016 and has yet to lose. The 29-year-old Dignam originally won the vacant WBO welterweight title in 2019 when he defeated Conrad Cummings by knockout, and his reputation continues to grow as he approaches the world title.
A former UK fan, Dignum is highly regarded by the WBO, ranking 5th in the standings. His last game against Dennis was particularly impressive as Dignam dominated after an early head-on collision, eventually securing a knockout victory in the sixth round to extend the undefeated streak. “Probellum has a big impact in the world of boxing and I’m excited to join their fantastic stable of fighters,” Dignam said. “I am invincible as a professional, and my ambitions in the long run are to fight for the title of world champion. I am confident that Probellum will help me achieve this goal and expand the success I have already achieved. ”
“Danny is a fantastic fighter and we are happy to sign him,” added Richard Schaefer, President of Probellum. “He was unbeaten in 14 fights, which says a lot, and his performance on Saturday demonstrated his undoubted quality of fighting with fans around the world. “He has a great future in sports, and our job at Probellum is to provide him with the best opportunities to achieve his ambitions and realize his impressive potential.” Other fighters who have signed with Probellum in recent weeks include IBF lightweight champion Sani Edwards, brothers Peter (2-0, 1 knockout) and Joe McGrail (1-0, 1 knockout), undefeated Shabaz Masood (9 -0). , 2 knockouts), prospects in the heavyweight division Ivan Dychko (11-0, 11 knockouts) and seven-time Irish champion Stephen Cairns (2-0, 1 knockouts).
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